Kelsi Worrell, coming off an epic barrier-breaking short course season at NCAAs, is stoked about setting a long course personal best at the Arena Pro Swim Series Mesa. Worrell only had two days off after NCAAs before jumping right back into heavy training.
Kelsi Worrell, Louisville’s rising star said, “This was a monster year”. That’s the best way to put Worrell and Louisville’s performance at 2015 NCAAs. Worrell broke the American record twice in the 100 fly, and then came in hot with another win in the 200 fly (1:51.11) in the final session of NCAAs.